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It's curtains for unpleasant odours. Mar 1, 2012 1014
Productivity off the scales at recycling center. Oct 2, 2009 341
Metso Texas shredder places shear. Brief article Oct 1, 2006 171
Big decisions: a crushing equipment industry veteran offers advice on setting up the ideal crushing plant for a recycling operation. Krause, Mark Sep 1, 2006 1841
Metech ADDS processing line. Brief article Jun 1, 2006 211
Amped up: electric-powered material handlers may fit some scrap applications. Iannes, Constantino Jun 1, 2006 771
Check out what Dennis Crosby at GSI Recycling, Inc. has to say ... Brief Article Feb 1, 2006 186
Check out what Bryan Comer at Douglas Waste Paper has to say ... Brief Article Feb 1, 2006 109
Check out what David Stein at Brothers Recycling Co. Inc. has to say ... Brief Article Feb 1, 2006 154
Check out what Tom Yanko at Associated Paper Stock Inc. has to say ... Brief Article Feb 1, 2006 178
Before buying: recyclers have some basis to consider before deciding on a baler to condense ferrous and Nonferrous scrap. Toto, Deanne Feb 1, 2006 1374
Fresh air: Arizona's southern desert provides a suitable business climate for Friedman Recycling Co. Taylor, Brian Cover Story Nov 1, 2005 1857
Living large: recyclers say bigger is better when it comes to choosing a skid steer. Gubeno, Jackie Nov 1, 2005 1059
Pushing their weight around: wheel loaders offer recyclers power and versatility. Toto, Deanne Nov 1, 2005 1324
Newer and better: new technologies are geared to help shredder operators garner higher-value materials for shipping. Taylor, Brian Editorial Oct 1, 2005 1648
Off road: tire processors offer their suggestions for getting the most out of tire shredding equipment. Toto, Deanne Aug 1, 2005 1307
Northwest recycling to install shredder. Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 159
Reducing fuel costs: Denver's All Recycling Inc. builds a fleet of Fuchs scrap handlers. Advertisement Jun 1, 2005 329
Sorting it out: meeting the screening challenges associated with mixed C&D materials requires automation and a few helping hands. Toto, Deanne May 1, 2005 1223
Road to recovery: recyclers employ a variety of approaches to recover valuable secondary commodities from obsolete electronics. Toto, Deanne May 1, 2005 1138
Lubo USA installs TiTech optical sorting units. Brief Article Apr 1, 2005 179
J.C. Fibers: from adversity to prosperity: Macpresse balers help J.C. Fibers keep material flowing to domestic and export markets. Company Profile Apr 1, 2005 1409
CBI Annihilator helps Alabama company weather the storm: Sunbelt Environmental and CBI team up to process hurricane debris. Mar 1, 2005 389
The break down: breakers and hammers take the first steps toward harvesting demolition debris. Gubeno, Jackie Mar 1, 2005 1216
Pa. DEP awards infrastructure development grants. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 222
Driving questions: selecting a shredder drive involves staying current with AC/DC differences. Crosetto, Joseph Jan 1, 2005 1083
Separation anxiety: setting up efficient conveying and magnetic separation lines for C&D takes careful planning but minimal maintenance. Toto, Deanne Jan 1, 2005 1842
The right combination: several factors led Gold Metal Recyclers in Dallas to choose Fuchs. Nov 1, 2004 480
Breaking and moving: attachments are increasingly used to process material as well as move it. Toto, Deanne Nov 1, 2004 1061
Finders keepers: metal analyzing instruments can help recyclers find and separate higher-grade materials. Nagler, Ben Nov 1, 2004 2344
Protect and serve: maintaining mobile equipment fleets yields minimal downtime. Harler, Curt Nov 1, 2004 1264
Beyond heavy lifting: loaders perform a variety of tasks from material handling to primary demolition. Toto, Deanne Nov 1, 2004 1158
High capacity baling of recyclables. Oct 1, 2004 362
Keeping an eye on safety. Oct 1, 2004 419
It keeps making money! Oct 1, 2004 438
Running like clockwork: routing software can help recyclers choose the best path for pickups. Coia, Anthony Oct 1, 2004 1789
Two paths: document destruction companies can find success using either mobile shredding or plant-based destruction methods. Sandoval, Dan Aug 1, 2004 1848
Slow and steady: the slow-speed, high-torque design of primary-reduction equipment can help some C&D recyclers process diverse material streams. Toto, Deanne Aug 1, 2004 1951
OmniSource buys stainless steel separator. Brief Article Jul 1, 2004 166
Poised and ready: Shine Bros. Corp. prepares for a world of opportunity from its company's home in Spencer, Iowa. Taylor, Brian Cover Story Jul 1, 2004 1825
High capacity baling of recyclables. May 1, 2004 375
Market data: the key to selecting the correct screening system lies in end market demand. Toto, Deanne May 1, 2004 1269
Multiple choice: a Pensacola, Fla., scrap recycler uses its Fuchs MHL 350 for a variety of tasks. Advertisement May 1, 2004 396
Magthro eddy hits Houston. Brief Article Apr 1, 2004 127
Odds-on favorite: strong leadership and new equipment help Silver Dollar Recycling play a winning hand in Las Vegas. Trojak, Larry Apr 1, 2004 1396
Equipped for success: Kroeker demolition cites its equipment selection as a key element in its steady growth. Trojak, Larry Jan 1, 2004 1323
In the market: a tepid construction scene frees up heavy equipment inventories for other buyers. Harler, Curt Editorial Nov 1, 2003 2155
Quality in place: a stationary electric Fuchs scrap handler fits the bill for Henry Fligeltaub Co. Nov 1, 2003 397
Beyond appearances: analyzing equipment can help recyclers and their consumers go beyond appearances when sorting and melting metals. Toto, Deanne Nov 1, 2003 1862
High capacity baling of recyclable materials. Oct 1, 2003 337
A faster baler means more profit. Oct 1, 2003 499
Badger lurks in W. VA. Brief Article Sep 1, 2003 196
Quality in place: a stationary electric Fuchs scrap handler fits the bill for Henry Fligeltaub Co. Sep 1, 2003 413
Wendt offers stainless recovery technology. Brief Article Aug 1, 2003 215
Multiple choice: recyclers have several options when choosing equipment to shred wood and mixed C&D materials. Taylor, Brian Aug 1, 2003 1967
Metso sells spider rotor. (Equipment Report). Brief Article Apr 1, 2003 187
Production plus: Fuchs machines prove their worth to Maine recycler. Mar 1, 2003 454
TSI upgrades shredder plants. (Equipment Report). Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 131
Super size it: cost per ton considerations are leading to high-volume baler purchases. (Baler Focus). Taylor, Brian Feb 1, 2003 1243
Make it or break it: baler speed and dependability play key roles in a single-stream recycler's success. (Baler Applications). Dec 1, 2002 1437
Tomra Systems ASA wins reverse vending machines order in Israel. Brief Article Nov 28, 2002 141
CM sells shredder to Wisconsin firm. (Installations). Brief Article Nov 1, 2002 187
Pile it on: larger scrap yards with heavier volumes could opt for high-volumes scrap handlers. (Material Handling Equipment Focus). Taylor, Brian Nov 1, 2002 1566
Movers & shakers: selecting a wheel loader or skid steer is easy with a few basic considerations in mind. (Material Handling Equipment Focus). Toto, Deanne Nov 1, 2002 1702
Built to last. (Excel). Nov 1, 2002 639
A bigger lift: lift trucks designed for productivity are helping forklifts compete with loaders in the recycling industry. (Material Handling Equipment Focus). Taylor, Brian Nov 1, 2002 1291
Coming to terms: part of learning about material handling equipment includes adding to one's vocabulary. (Material Handling Equipment Focus). Harler, Curt Nov 1, 2002 790
Phoenix will be site of new shredder. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 180
The single-stream switch: San Jose's move to single-stream recycling will involve changes for residents, employees and processors. (MRF Series). Leung, Elaine Statistical Data Included May 1, 2002 1804
Sierra sells Shear, Logger. (Installations). Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 173
Columbus Mckinnon shredder installed. (Installations). Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 131
Recycling can pay dividends. (Merchandising). Brief Article Feb 25, 2002 165
Getting the job done: several manufacturers provide insight on what qualities to look for when selecting a baler. (Baler Focus). Sacco, John Feb 1, 2002 2307
Bollegraaf sorting system installed. (Installations). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 90
Old friends and new servants. (welcome). Taylor, Brian Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 376
Worker bees: they aren't as loud and showy as larger equipment, but nimble forklifts and skid steers carry their fair share for recyclers. Taylor, Brian Nov 1, 2001 2498
New look for glass recycling fleet. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 92
Fluorescent Lamps and Mother Earth: Can the Two Coexist? Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 133
Turning Old Tires Into New Products. Brief Article Aug 1, 1999 164
Conveyor system automates container handling operation. Feb 1, 1997 981
Incinerator residue. Michaels, Abraham Oct 1, 1993 717
Soot trap cuts diesel lift truck emissions by 90%. Gould, Les Sep 1, 1993 346
Recycling company offers an automatic recycling machine. Sep 23, 1991 147

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